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ISBN-10: 0748632980

ISBN-13: 9780748632985

Edition: 2008

Authors: Duncan Watts

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The E.U. Combines some attributes of a state with those of an international organization, yet it resembles neither. Its development is shaped by an increasing number of players, including twenty-five member governments, multiple common E.U. institutions, clusters of experts, private interests, and citizen groups. All influence what the E.U. is and what it does. Duncan Watts demystifes the E.U. and makes its institutions and processes more intelligible to all who share an interest in the function of the organization. He covers key aspects in an authoritative yet clear and accessible style and provides valuable maps, tables, a glossary of terms, and suggestions for further reading.
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Book details

List price: $43.95
Copyright year: 2008
Publisher: Edinburgh University Press
Publication date: 3/25/2008
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 336
Size: 6.00" wide x 9.00" long x 0.75" tall
Weight: 1.232
Language: English

Duncan Watts was a teacher and examiner in Government and Politics. He was prominent in the Politics Association Resource Centre, for which he wrote and edited many books and other materials.

List of boxes
List of tables
List of maps
Background information
The drive for European unity to 1973
From Community to Union, 1973-93
Consolidating the European Union, 1993 to the present day
The movement to integration: a theoretical perspective
Institutions of the European Union
Policy-making and law-making processes
Democracy and the European Union
Elections to the European Parliament
Political parties and the European Union
Pressure groups and the European Union
The Union budget
First-Pillar policies
Second- and Third-Pillar policies
Member states
Britain and Europe: a case study
Conclusion: the state of the Union, past and present
Further reading